Good afternoon from The Salisbury Museum,
We have four exciting new events scheduled for March at the museum,
|Beer and Cheese
A tutored beer tasting with
Wednesday 1 March
£15With five carefully selected beers to taste and British cheese to match, join Simon Jackson, a Master Brewer for a tutored beer tasting and opportunity to learn about brewing.
|The Fisher Letters
A rehearsed reading
directed by Samantha Holland
Saturday 18 March
£10 (includes tea and biscuits)As the Constable in Contextexhibition draws to a close, join us for a lively reading of The Fisher Letters, taken from John Constable’s correspondence with his close friend.
|Turner, Constable and the French
Impressionists in Britain
A talk by Nicholas Alfrey
Thursday 23 March
6pm Private View, 7pm Talk
£12 (includes a glass of wine)Following a Private View of the Constable in Context exhibition, join Nicholas Alfrey for an insight into Turner and Constable’s influence on French landscape painting and its relation to the French Impressionists.
The Salisbury Giant and his kin
A talk by Alixe Bovey
Thursday 30 March
£8Join Dr Alixe Bovey, Head of Research at the Courtauld Institute and find out all about the history of medieval giants, including our very own Salisbury Giant and the mischievous Hobnob…
This page is for Avebury & district local notices.
A reminder about the next local arts event at The Social Centre Avebury :
An Evening with Nick Harper
A winter-warming evening of music, song and spoken verse.
For any who don’t know him, Nick is a hugely talented, local, singer-songwriter. He is the leading light behind Avebury Rocks, has a large national following, has just completed a pre-Christmas UK tour and will be including songs from his latest album, ‘Lies! Lies! Lies!’ recently released on CD and vinyl.
His skills as a lyricist will be revealed, not just in his song, but in his extraordinary
verse portrait of Wiltshire – its history, folklore, wildlife and landscape.
Friday 26th January at 7.30pm (Refreshments from 7.00pm)
Tickets: £7 ((£3 student/child) from Avebury Community Shop or 01672 539253
(Please note that the date of the 3rd of our local arts events featuring local photographers has been changed from Friday 23rd March to the new date of Friday 20th April)
Invitation to voice your views at interactive public meetings
Wiltshire Council is hosting a series of interactive meetings to discuss the challenges ahead.
The council currently spends £900 million each year on more than 350 services. The changing demographics, the continuing reduction in funding from central government and changes to the way future government funding might be provided mean further savings need to be found.
Working with local communities helping them to do more for themselves is one solution and we welcome your ideas on what more we can do together.
Our priorities continue to be supporting those who are most vulnerable in our communities, as well as taking action to boost the local economy, safeguard and create jobs and to build even stronger communities.
The council’s cabinet members will be attending the meetings and look forward to hearing your views and suggestions.
We hope you are able to attend one of the meetings below and it would be helpful if you could please confirm your attendance by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
||Atrium, County Hall
Splash will be running no less than 39 exciting, FREE, positive activity sessions for young people aged 9-16 across Wiltshire during this year’s school Summer holidays. Splash give priority to those young people who are experiencing challenges in their lives and would benefit most from attending. Some activities are targeted to specific age groups so please either visit our website or call the office for specific details relating to each session.
We always do our best to help with transport by arranging central pick up points when we can. Please clearly state on the referral form that transport is required and we will contact you with a transport plan once places have been allocated.
Remember anyone can refer a young person to Splash just download a booking form, complete it and obtain a parent/guardian signature. Scan or post the completed, signed form back to us ASAP. (We can even accept photos of completed forms sent from your smart phone).
Places will be allocated from 8th JULY
More info on each individual project available on our website
How to book a young person on a Splash project:
- Download the booking form below or from the Splash website, complete the form, save it and email it back to us at email@example.com (you can also return your form by post – our address is at the bottom of this email)
- Get your form back to us by Friday 8th July if possible as this is when we will start allocating places; However we will continue to accept booking forms right up to the day before an activity (spaces permitting).
- If you need any support completing a booking form please give us a call and we can talk you through it. We are in the office Monday-Friday on 01380 732829 and will be more than happy to help!
Please remember that even if the young person has already attended a project this year, we will still need a signed booking form from you with all their current information.
The Splash Team